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BYU-Idaho Early College

Save time and money by earning BYU-Idaho credit while finishing high school.

Earn Dual Credit

Get a head start on your college education. Earn college credit before you leave high school. BYU-Idaho offers an early college program especially for high school juniors and seniors.

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Concurrent Enrollment Quick Facts

$35 per credit 
Be at least 16 years old and a junior or senior in high school, and have an Ecclesiastical Endorsement. ACT or SAT are not required for admission purposes.
All BYU-I classes are open to high school students if the appropriate prerequisite requirements are met.

Can I Earn an Associate Degree from BYU-Idaho as an Early College Student?

Early college students can earn credit that counts toward a BYU-Idaho degree but will not be eligible to receive an Associate degree as a high school student. 

How can I get the most out of the Early College Program?

  • Enroll in courses that pertain to a bachelor’s degree you wish to pursue.
  • Complete certificates related to your field of study.  See the catalog for more information about degrees and certificates.
  • If you bring credits from other colleges, you can see how their credits will transfer to BYU-Idaho using our Credit Transfer Tool.

What if I plan to attend a different college after high school graduation?

  • BYU-Idaho courses transfer well to other colleges and universities.  
  • Contact the college you intend to enroll at after high school to learn how BYUI credits will transfer.
View deadlines, fees, and application process.
See cost of courses and course materials.
View the course catalog and find a course that’s right for you.
See how your credits will transfer to BYU-Idaho.
Common questions about concurrent enrollment.
Contact the BYU-Idaho Concurrent Enrollment Office.